Tuesday, September 20, 2022

A letter to “my” representative

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I don’t expect an answer. But I take pleasure in writing to “my” representative. She won’t read it, but someone in her office might. And might then have something to think about.

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comments: 6

Fresca said...

Beautifully "contemptuously indulgent", as Tolstoy might say.
I laughed: a multiple choice test!

I hadn't really thought beyond how awful Miller was (for holding Hitler up as a positive example) to the fact that, in fact, he wasn't even right!

Michael Leddy said...

Yep, I think I missed that point too. There are so many levels of wrong.

But “contemptuously indulgent”? I must protest. This letter is totally polite!

Fresca said...

Lol, sure—offering someone a multiple choice boxes to tick isn’t at all suggesting they are operating at a low level… 😆

Michael Leddy said...

I thought it was simpler than requiring a letter in response. I may have been influenced by all the boxes I had to check in the paperwork for getting my shots. : )

Fresca said...

Well, I think your letter was brilliant—a brilliant and polite insult!
Good on ya!

Michael Leddy said...

It’s getting some (minor) attention in these parts. I hope that Rep. Miller for one understands that it’s meant to be polite. I’m not backing down about that. : )